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    Stacking divs for nav??

    I'm still working on using divs for this effect since I want the entire area as a link and eventually the link boxes will be set to different colors.

    So far, with help from the forum, I've cobbled this together: http://abbeyink.com/medea/b5.html

    The top-right list of links is what's giving me trouble. I want the rows closer together and just can't seem to see what's causing all the space between them.

    Thanks!
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    I added this to the end of your style sheet, and got something like what I think you want to get:

    Code:
    #rightTop ul,
    #rightTop li,
    #rightTop a,
    #rightTop div { margin:0!important; padding:0!important; height:auto!important; }
    
    #rightTop a { line-height: 38px!important; vertical-align: middle!important; }
    hth,
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    SitePoint Enthusiast abbey's Avatar
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    that's it!! Thank you!
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    except it's falling apart in IE -- bummer!
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    I was about to look at the page again, but it looks like its gone green... does that meeen you've fixed the problem or are you still looking for solutions?

    If it is just a height thing, then you could just use your height: code that you had before.

    Douglas
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    I started messing with it and then just walked away for awhile. I'll get back in there soon as I take care of some other business. This is a project for a friend so it's not critical.

    Thanks Douglas!
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